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Ford Adjustable Seat Jackers (2019+ Ranger / 2021+ Bronco)

INSTALLATION INFO

FITS

  • 2019+ Ford Ranger
  • 2021+ Ford Bronco
  • 2021+ Ford Bronco Sport

INSTALLATION DIFFICULTY

Tools Needed

  • 14mm, 15mm, 16mm, and 17mm Socket
  • 4mm Allen Key or Socket
  • Torque Wrench
  • Blue Loctite

IMPORTANT NOTES

Desert Does It will not be liable for any loss, damage, or injury directly or indirectly from the use or the inability to determine the use of these products. Before using or installing, the user shall determine the suitability of the products for its intended use, and the user shall assume all responsibility and risk in connection therewith. Any modifications to your vehicle are done at your own risk.

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

General Note: To help prevent cross threading during installation, we recommend verifying bolts and threads by taking the applicable bolts and threading them in by hand to the corresponding hole.


  1. Step One: Remove any plastic trim at the feet of your seat. Remove both front factory seat base bolts and loosen the two rear seat bolts but do not remove them.
  2. Step Two: Lift the front seat by pushing back on the headrest or by asking a helper to pull from the back seat.
  3. Step Three: LIFT OPTIONS
    1. 3/8 Inch Lift: Take the #1 Seat Jacker Shim (Engraved with a 1) and place it under the front seat, in between the front seat rail and the floor.
    2. 3/4 Inch Lift: Stack the #2 Shim onto the #1 Shim so the engraved numbers are facing up. Thread the provided stainless steel flathead bolt through the #2 Shim into the #1 Shim. The Stainless Hardware is for centering the shims only. Place the 3/4 inch Seat Jackers under each leg of the front seat, in between the front seat rail and the floor.
  4. Step Four: Set the seat down onto the Seat Jackers and with blue loctite, thread the provided M10 1.5 x 40mm Flange bolt through the seat rail, through the Seat Jacker slotted hole, and into the floor of your vehicle. The larger round hole is for the factory seat rail pin. If you are having trouble lining up the seat rail pin, ask a friend to help push the seat into position. Also, double check to make sure that the rear seat bolts are loose enough.
    *IMPORTANT – IF THE SEAT RAIL HOLE DOES NOT LINE UP, LIFT UP THE SEAT RAIL .25 INCHES AND THREAD IN THE BOLT A COUPLE OF THREADS. IF NEEDED ADJUST THE SEAT RAILS ONE AT A TIME TO GET THEM TO LINE UP.
  5. Step Five: Torque front bolts and rear bolts to 27ft-lbs.
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